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are desperately looking for food, water, medicine. u.s. marines are now on the ground delivering much needed relief supplies. a brigadier general who got a look at the devastation from above today said every single building in the city of tacloban has been destroyed or severely damaged. >>> across our region people are planning fundraisers and church suppers and neighbor campaigns in hopes of getting some help, rushing it to the philippines. >> that's great stuff, but the scope of this sort of devastation requires a massive international effort. here's bruce leshan. >> let's concentrate on medications for children and the elderly of. >> reporter: from her home in reston she's coordinating a second flight filled with medicine for the philippines more than $1 million worth, but she knows it is not enough. >> don't wait for an invitation. this is a disaster, no invitation needed now. help our people. we are so helpless. >> reporter: brannigan suspects the philippine government could have done more to prepare for the storm, but now that it has left perhaps 9 million people struggling, 600,000
category 5 on the scale we use here in the u.s. off the coast two barges collided in the rough sea forcing the crews to abandon ship and try to get themselves to shore for safety. we know at least three of the people are killed as a result of that accident. most of the communications with the philippines have been cut off, so it's hard to know the extent of casualties and the damage, but local officials say they are expecting the numbers of deaths to go up since the storm put about 12 million people in harm's way. now haiyan is setting its sights on mainland china and vietnam. >> how does this stack up against other storms in recent years? meteorologist erica grow has more on that. >> we're looking now at the satellite imagery over the past 12 hours of this storm typhoon haiyan as it makes its way back into the open waters of the south china sea. it made landfall in the philippines earlier this morning and now it is continuing to make its way toward its next destination. the good news is that it is now a category 4 storm. so it's lost a little bit of its strength. the winds are at 145 mile
. >> we want our government to represent us. >> some of her high school peers, not so civic minded. >> to be honest, i don't pay attention. >> mayor bruce williams lowered the voting age to 16. >> when you are 16 and 17, you are much more likely to be living at home with your parents in a place that you grew up in, that you are familiar with, you are part of the community, you know some of the issues. >> fred schultz was the only decenter. >> average 16 and 17-year-old is not interested in community affairs. it's tough enough to get mature adults to pay attention to that stuff. >> in takoma park, wusa9. >> after two weeks of competition, you have crowned the winner in our frustration madness bracket over a tell wusa9.com and president obama comes out at the top of the list of things that frustrate those of you who voted in our web poll. we want to thank all of you who took part. >>> still to come, one of those stories that leaves you shaking your head. really? in this day and age? how this seven-year-old's mom is defending a choice of halloween costume to some. >> here are
steel doors. it went from tijuana to a warehouse in san diego. >> i do not use crack cocaine. >> the mayor does appear in that video. >> a video of mayor rob ford has been recovered by investigators. >> this disturbing video of a fight between two female students gets worse when you find out the man in dark blue is also heard on the video encouraging the girls to fight. police are investigating pending an assault charge where he apparently pulled the other girl off his daughter. >>> starting today 47 million americans will be looking at less money to help put food on their tables. that is because the federal food stamp program or system n.a.p. budget is being cut by $5 billion -- or s.n.a.p. budget is being cut by $5 billion. the result is just going to make it harder for those who rely on food stamps to pick their healthy foods. >> reporter: my goal? fighting hunger pangs, filling a plate, how about reliable ramen noodles to start. for protein chicken. >> we've got thighs and drumsticks, pasta products, offbrand pastries, finally something healthy a bag of apples and lettu
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of us now. clearing is rolling in here. you see the line of clearing to the north and west of us and that will continue to progress south and east as we go through the night. lake effect snows will shut off and get far enough south tay take all these high and mid level clouds away. temperatures, much colder than this time yesterday. 13 degrees colder downtown. 25 degrees colder in cumberland than it was 24 hours ago. temperatures, primarily in the 30s. 37 arlington. 37 in reston and 36 in fairfax. 38 in college park. but it fells like it's in the upper 20s. 28 in leesburg and 31 windchill in gaithersburg. so that's what you want to dress for. you need your hat, coat, and gloves, and windchill tomorrow, teens and 20s at the bus stop. dress for the 30s on wednesday because yeah, temperatures will be in the 40s. it will look bright and inviting, but it's going to be a cold day. 26 to 32 tonight. clear, breezy, winds northwest 10 to 15. 30s to start downtown. 37 at 9:00. we finally punch it in to the low 40s at 11:00 and 44 at 1:00 p.m., which is about where we'll top out. we'll say
and the rest of us. the progressive minded folks who want to take it in a new direction. >> so which direction is it going to be? which direction? we are here in tyson's headquarters. we'll bring it to you when we have some answers. i'm peggy fox reporting live. back do you. >> looking forward to it as the evening goes along. virginia not the only race getting a lot of attention tonight. folks are closely watching the new jersey governor's race where chris christie expected to easily get reelected. this is interesting, 11 counties are voting about whether or not they should succeed from their state and form their own 50 5á 1st state. that would require the approval of the u.s. congress. there are also mayoral races in detroit, minneapolis, seattle, and san diego. >> go out and cast your vote. now one reason a lot of those races is getting so much attention is the fallout from the government shutdown and the launch of the affordable care act. it has been riddled with problems since it went online and now, cbs news learned that final security tests were never performed before the site went l
people keep their plans. joining us now to talk about the differences in the number of healthcare choices available in d.c., maryland, and virginia, is u.s.a. today reporter, jane o'donnell. thank you so much for being here. working through all that crazy traffic to get here. >> that's right. >> so your reporting has shown the number of healthcare choices vastly different depending on what state you live in. d.c., maryland, and virginia are quite different. >> that's right. one of the good pieces of good news is virginia has quite a few choices. when you look in rural areas around the country. we found some of them have incredibly few choices that may not surprise you, but this was supposed to fix that problem. virginia does have quite a bit of competition, even in the rural areas. >> that's interesting in virginia, especially since virginia doesn't have its own state exchange. it is really going through the federal, what explains the high number of plans in virginia? >> well, what i learned working at this. when we saw those numbers, we were surprised. a couple medicaid providers.
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